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Editor in Chief of Green Entrepreneur

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Trevor Noah's Take on Canadian Legalization? 'This Story Pisses Me Off'

The Daily Show host has a few choice words for Canadians and their "horses."

7 Interesting Things to Know About Canada's Legalization of Marijuana

Weed goes legal in Canada today. Read this before you spark a northern light.

MedMen's CEO Talks Acquisition: 'I See It As A Leapfrog'

In an exclusive interview with Green Entreprenuer, MedMen CEO and Co-Founder, Adam Bierman, reveals why he chose to acquire PharmaCann and what this means for his company and the cannabis industry, in general.

Breaking: MedMen Acquires PharmaCann to Become Largest Cannabis Company in U.S.

This deal nearly doubles MedMen's network to 79 cannabis facilities in 12 states.

Walmart Just Said It's Exploring Selling Cannabis Products

A company spokesperson reveals that the retail giant is on a CBD fact-finding mission.

Who Are the Pro-Pot Candidates on the Ballot?

Some are for legalization, some are for easing restrictions. All are for changing the status quo.

Why the Word 'Recreational' Should Be Retired

Want to destigmatize marijuana? We can start by calling it what it really is.

Heir to Anheuser-Busch Launches New Kind of Bud

The ABV Cannabis Company will offer a new line of disposable vape pens.

'Alexa, Order Me Some Gummy Edibles'

Will Amazon sell weed? The CEO of Eaze says it's not a question of will it's a question of when.

Ryan Reynolds May Star in a Movie Called 'Stoned Alone'

From Deadpool to Dabpool, Reynolds is producing and potentially starring in a 'Home Alone' spoof.

'The Cannabis Industry Will Be Bigger than the NFL'

Michael 'Big Mike' Straumietis's big predictions on the future of weed.

Why the Former President of Overstock Is Putting Her Stock in Pot

Stormy Simon went from being a temp at Overstock.com to president. Now she's betting on the cannabis industry.

How MedMen Became the Starbucks of Pot

For Adam Bierman, the CEO of MedMen, it all started with a blue-haired lady and the question--why not?